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Daniels Wood Land Original Outdoor Wood Tree Playhouse

Item# 268-DLI001-2-AF | Model# DELUXE ORIGINAL | Added on May 9, 2017 |
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Daniels Wood Land Original Outdoor Wood Tree Playhouse
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Fun and whimsical clubhouse. Crafted from redwood, cedar, and douglas fir. House sits atop a real, hollowed-out log. Includes a swing and covered mini-porch. Available in Standard and Deluxe models. Fun and whimsical, the Daniels Wood Land Original Outdoor Tree House is designed to provide hours of entertainment and makes a fantastic ice breaker. Your kids will love entering an old, hollowed out log to climb up a ladder and through a trapdoor to their very own hideout. The six crooked windows and shingled roof add a playful look and give your children plenty of space to look out over the world. The swing on the side and covered mini-porch add to the fun. Your kids will enjoy playing pretend, swinging, holding secret meetings and even having sleepovers in this versatile tree house. Features of standard version of this Tree House: Real standard log - approx. 4-foot diam. 6 crooked windows Log door Log porch Log window with eave 6 crooked windows 4 x 5 foot standard clubhouse floor Ladder in hollow log Clubhouse trap door Roofed mini-porch on log 1 belt swing Rust accent package Measures 9W x 8.6D x 15H feet In addition to what's listed above, the deluxe model has these enhanced features: Real oversized log - approx. 5-foot diam. 5 x 6 foot oversized clubhouse floor 2 roof dormers Measures 10W x 9.6D x 15H feet All of our tree houses have two main pieces: the playhouse and the log. The entrance is made from an actual, fallen old log which is hollowed out with a chainsaw and the ... read more
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